The New Apollo Diner on the corner of Livingston and Smith St, #Brooklyn , #NewYorkCity . After an unsuccessful hunt for a nearby bar which for some reason was closed we headed back to the subway and came across this spot.
Checking out the menu and the footfall it was clear this is a popular spot to grab a bite to eat. We were after brunch and oh man did we get some!
Incredible food in understated surroundings. Huge portions of delicious, fresh food and coffee at a fair price accompanied by everyday New Yorkers post-church or simply out with a friend/spouse. Straight forward, super friendly service and a huge kitchen!
One of my favourite eating spots on our trip. Felt like a proper slice of life.
Sometimes it's the spur of the moment decisions that are the best ones. This one did not disappoint.
Photo taken on 15/4/2018.
The Blovia Salt Flats are unbelievable! It was an amazing site to see and I would highly recommend it! I warn everyone reading this post to do their due diligence before booking a travel company. We didn’t and our tour guide didn’t bring us any water for 3 days, but told us it was included... he only brought Coca-Cola and coffee. It was a difficult three days as for we were THIRSTY in the desert climate. I’m not going to name drop and slander companies on this platform, but instead warn others to make sure they do their research😊
"Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go." 🍂 🍂 🍁 This year I let go of a job that I was no longer interested in, I left an unfulfilled relationship and lost a loved one that passed.
The job that I was no longer interested in brought me to new work experience that is laid back with taking time off.
The relationship that I left soon led me to something new and exciting that has lit a fire inside of me. A fire of love and passion.
Letting go of a loved one is never easy but I do know that he is in a better place and is no longer in pain. It taught me to live every day as if it's my last because I truly never know how much time is left.
What does letting go of these 3 situations have in common? They all pushed me to do one thing. Travel.
“Now more than ever do I realize that I will never be content with a sedentary life, that I will always be haunted by thoughts of a sun-drenched elsewhere.”
Isabelle Eberhardt, The Nomad: The Diaries of Isabelle Eberhardt